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... up by a nice massage. Jody opted for a foot massage but as her foot was still very swollen and she was having trouble getting her flip flops on, they decided to help her out with it. By smearing red gunk all over her foot and telling her not to wash it off for several hours. It was such a mess. One of our favourite stops on this trip was next. The "Virgin White Tea" tea plantation. They still use the original old machinery ...
... in the afternoon, just for a short time to do some activities or games with them outside (if we are granted permission). In my emotional distress I seemed to forget about why the boys were in the unit- what things they had done for being in there. I seem to dwell on and think about their feelings and what they must be feeling and thinking about, being separated from their families. But at the end if the day, they have still done something wrong to be there.... At the girls there was ...
... to Mirissa. The erratic stopping meant that I was slammed into a stranger’s sweaty back continuously. As I became acquainted with Mr. Sweaty and we could not see where our stop was, because it was dark and the bus was going so fast, I asked him whether he could tell us when to get off. Mr. Sweaty coordinated with the conductor and the driver wonderfully and we slid between the sweaty mass and slipped off the bus at the right ...
... is "where are you going"...more often as not so that they can help you get there! Anna and I left our last bus ride recipients of an invitation to stay at a local family home and clutching the phone numbers of three other families and friends in Sri Lanka and London in case we were in the area. A lovely elderly gentleman helped us off at our stop and took us to the best curry house in town before arranging a tuktuk to our hotel. He didn't ...
... some little monks doing laundry...folding up their big orange robes. It's nice to be able to enter the temple grounds freely and wander around. From there we caught the train back to Midigama to have a relaxing New Years dinner.
The next day a bunch of us headed to a local Batick factory. One of the local women at the house had offered to take us. Sri Lanka is known for Batik, kind of like tie dye but with more intricate patterns. It was amazing watching the women paint ...